The Power of Your Subconscious Mind

The subconscious mind is, by far, the biggest contributing factor to how you experience life. It holds all your memories, beliefs (even the limiting beliefs you don’t realize you’re carrying around!), habits, and all the programs that are essentially running the show called “Your Life”. All courtesy of your very own personalized computer hard-drive called  — your subconscious mind.convssubconsmind

The trick is learning to access, understand and utilize this awesome power, so you’re not running around on auto-pilot. Pretty much anything you want to change in your life has a corresponding subconscious component that you can reset to a more positive, successful program. Yes, it may take a little time and reinforcement (after all–haven’t all the programs running your life right now been reinforced for a lifetime??), but it’s worth it. Dedicating time to YOU, to learn more about yourself so that you can become the human being your were always meant to be.

subconsiousmindHypnosis is one of the most effective ways to access and transform the subconscious mind. By learning hypnosis and mastering relaxation techniques which allow you to have influence over your subconscious mind, you can make real progress on goals, dreams, negative habits, self esteem, work or relationship issues, etc. There’s nothing mysterious or difficult about it. It’s simple really. Once you have the tools you need to create true and lasting change, there’s very little you can’t accomplish. So, dream big. Practice hypnosis daily for a least a month. See a professional hypnotherapist if you need help learning how to best apply hypnotic techniques. Then just do it.

Make your subconscious mind your best friend. Learn to work with it, instead of against it. And watch your life transform.

You deserve this. Hypnosis works.

These little things called thoughts…..

Today I’d like to focus on thoughts. Those little (often annoying) brain pings which happen thousands of times every day. The ones that tell us we’re good enough. The ones that tell us we’re not. Even the ones running amok in the background, unconsciously controlling much of our life.

Well, until recently, I’d forgotten once again that — I do, in fact — have some control over this. I’d gotten into a mental slump and found my negative thoughts feeding on each other, growing bigger and stronger, until they eventually threw me so far off course I almost forgot I could change it. Almost.

Cue upbeat music here.

So, as I sat one day mulling my negative-thought existence, it occurred to me— I got myself into this mental mess, so I sure as heck can get myself out of it. I’d done it before. I could do it again. Right? At first, I really wasn’t sure.

I committed to 5-10 minutes a day to get myself on a different road. Why only 5-10 minutes? Well, because I decided to utilize self-hypnosis. (a quick search yields some great ways to induce hypnosis for yourself!) And since hypnosis can literally access and rewrite the computer of your brain, it’s the best place I could think of to focus on—minimal time necessary for quality output.

So far, I’m on day 10. While in a deeply relaxed state, I remind myself of what is true. I am at peace. I am capable. I focus on the positive. Things like that. Well, guess what? Today, very few negative thoughts are cycling around in my brain. The few I’m still working on have lost their hold on me and are easily dealt with because I’ve bombarded them with so many positive messages. And I’ve done it from the source of the problem—my thoughts, which exist in my subconscious mind, which then runs my life—have been put on notice.

Be positive or go home. đŸ™‚ I got this. Image